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Pooltrack Curve


The pooltrack curve is a specialized piece of equipment used in water-based rehabilitation to provide patients with a low-impact and versatile workout. It is intended to assist patients in increasing their strength, endurance, balance, and coordination.

It is a curved track made up of individual tubular elements on which patients can walk or run while swimming. It can be used for low-impact cardiovascular exercise as well as resistance training. Because the buoyancy of the water reduces stress on the joints and spine, it is an excellent option for patients who have injuries or mobility issues.

The pooltrack curve can be used to improve range of motion, flexibility, and muscle strength in patients recovering from injuries or surgeries. It can also be used to treat chronic conditions like arthritis, as well as for sports training and fitness.

It can also be used to assist patients in improving their balance and coordination. The water provides a stable and secure environment for patients to walk or run on the track, which can aid in overall balance and stability.

The pooltrack curve can be adjusted to different levels of difficulty, and the resistance can be adjusted according to the patient’s needs and abilities. It can be used in a variety of positions, such as standing, sitting or lying down, thus providing a versatile workout.

Overall, a pooltrack curve is a versatile and effective tool for water-based rehabilitation, helping patients to improve their strength, endurance, balance and coordination. It provides a low-impact workout that can be customized to suit the needs and abilities of each patient.

The EWAC Medical Pooltrack® Curve

We believe that in rehabilitation, you should be able to offer a wide range of exercise options to the patient. We also believe that exercising in the water should be fun! Introducing our new, Self-propelled underwater treadmill. A great item for circuit training, or even for aerobic group programs.

Our unique free running roller system ensures a minimum amount of resistance in the movement of the legs, the running speed being determined by the person training on the treadmill. The treadmill can be placed in any position in the pool and can easily be moved in-and out of the pool when needed for circuit training or group sessions. The self-propelled underwater treadmill is entirely built up out of pool water resistant plastic as well as stainless steel 316. It comes with a frontal stainless steel handlebar which is height adjustable.

Exercising in water increases the efficiency of the heart and because of the heat conductivity, the body is easily cooled while the connective tissue becomes more flexible. Water is a safe and low impact exercise environment. The Pooltrack® Curve is an excellent tool for rehabilitation as well as combating obesity.

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